Farm tractors

The first agricultural tractor was made in 1913. During the 1940s, Volvo began to develop tractors and the two companies began to collaborate. Eventually, Bolinder-Munktell was acquired by Volvo in 1950 and all production of tractors was transferred to Eskilstuna. As a result of declining profitability, the Board decided to phase out tractor manufacture in 1979 and the last agricultural tractor left the company in 1984.

Power output has been stated in terms of Swedish horsepower (hk = metric horsepower) as defined at the time. This unit is not the same as "foot-pound" horsepower (hp).
(1 hk = 1,015 hp).

PKD kits = partially assembled units for final assembly elsewhere.